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Re-using 30 Day Trial Program After It Has Expired


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Kazza

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Hi Everyone!

I am trying to re-install a 30 day trial program call EMBIRD (or EMBIRD PLUS). It is currently telling me that my trial periiod has expired which inturn limits the use of the program.

I have tried un-installing it. Deleting all folders relating to it. I have even search through the Registry files for embird and deleted anything that was showing there as well. Still no luck.

Please, please can someone help. I am no computer expert. Obviously it must be hiding a registry file or something, I'm not really sure.

Any help or assistance would be greatly appreciated.


Cheers,
Kazza
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chopyaedoff

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It's a trial period for 30 days because it's for testing the program. If you want to keep it - buy it!
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Yeah I am sure you are right. The problem being that I didn't really get to test the program for than 2 or 3 times. I was really busy and didn't get much time on the PC, between working fulltime and then coming home with 2 little kiddies, well I hope you can see where I am coming from. Before I knew it the 30 days had come around.

Oh well.

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as was already stated...you got a trial version so that you could test the program....you should have taken advantage of the time given to you to test the software.....you could try contacting the software vendor and see if they will extend the trial period for you...other than that..we cannot help you
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